Suggesting a new therapeutic protocol for traumatized permanent teeth: case report

Case Report,Endodontics, Calcium hydroxide, Tooth socket, Extrusive luxation, Dental trauma, Chlorhexidine gel, Zinc oxide,

V04N01 | 2014 | Case Report | Pages 71 to 77

Jefferson J. C. Marion, Laiza Vicente Martelosso, Juliana Yuri Nagata, Thiago Farias R. Lima, Adriana de Jesus Soares

Endodontics, Calcium hydroxide, Tooth socket, Extrusive luxation, Dental trauma, Chlorhexidine gel, Zinc oxide,

Introduction: The case reported herein consists of two teeth of one single patient, initially immobilized with a semi-rigid retainer used for 15 days without endodontic intervention. Objective: The aim of this article is to report a case of two teeth with extrusive luxation treated with a filling paste of calcium hydroxide, 2% chlorhexidine gel and zinc oxide. Methods: After a one-month followup, patient’s teeth did not present evidence of pulp vitality. Radiographic examination revealed signs of external resorption. Endodontic treatment was carried out in association with a new treatment protocol using intracanal dressing applied in one single session and remaining in the root canal for four years. Results: The filling paste remained in the root canal for 24 months without being replaced. The case presented improvements in periapical lesions without inflammatory resorption. Conclusion: The filling paste proves to be successful and effective in treating traumatized teeth with root resorption.

Marion JJC, Martelosso LV, Nagata JY, Lima TFR, Soares AJ. Suggesting a new therapeutic protocol for traumatized permanent teeth: Case report. Dental Press Endod. 2014 Jan-Apr;4(1):71-7. doi: //dx.doi.org/10.14436/2178-3713.4.1.071-077.oar

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